Watch: Teaser Trailer for 'Joker' Mashed Up with 'The Master' is Eerie
"Good science, by definition, allows for more than one opinion otherwise you merely have the will of one man. Which is the basis of cult." Now what do we have here. You all need to get a look at this. Earlier in the week, the first teaser trailer for Todd Phillips' new solo Joker movie debuted online. Video editor Nelson Carvajal has spliced the footage from that trailer into the original trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, since both star Joaquin Phoenix, and released a new "The Master Joker" trailer that you can watch below. And it all syncs up very nicely. Carvajal explains a bit more about his idea on FreeCinemaNow, but you can check out the fancy new trailer edit below. And now I want double features showing both films.
Here's the fun Joker + The Master mashup trailer titled The Master Joker, direct from Carvajal's Vimeo:
In 1981, a failed stand-up comedian, disregarded by his society, turns to a life of crime and chaos in Gotham City. Joker is directed (and produced) by American filmmaker Todd Phillips, director of the films Road Trip, Old School, Starsky & Hutch, School for Scoundrels, The Hangover, Due Date, The Hangover Part II & III, and War Dogs previously. The screenplay is written by Scott Silver and Todd Phillips. Based on the comic book character created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane, and Jerry Robinson, who first appeared in the debut issue of the comic book Batman (in 1940), published by DC Comics. Warner Bros will release Phillips' Joker in theaters everywhere starting October 4th, 2019 later this year. First impression? Looking good?
Some time ago, there was a film called Splice. It wasn't anything special. Just like this ...
shiboleth on Apr 5, 2019
Please don't waste space on these things, Alex. It dilutes the site, in my opinion. I love coming for the quality content, and this fan made mash-up stuff has no place here.
Mark on Apr 5, 2019
Whoa, okay. Thanks for the feedback. First things first, Nelson Carvajal is a professional editor, and we've featured his work plenty of times before on the site over the years. I just think this is a fun and creative mashup, and the editing pulls these two films together nicely. It's rare I post any of this stuff, but I thought this mashup was cool.
Alex Billington on Apr 7, 2019
I tried to watch this and lost interest quickly as I don't see the point. Anyone can do this with any film(s) they want...intercutting and blah blah blah...but I'll say again..what's the point? I try not to judge it, but can't help finding it all a bit silly and meaningless. But, hey...that's just me. Everyone else might find it the cat's meow....
thespiritbo on Apr 5, 2019
I'm surprised that all the original comments before me are negative - I enjoy well-made mash-up trailers, and I enjoyed this one.
Will Yam on Apr 9, 2019
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